elcome to Dear Sophia, an exclusive and in-depth fansite dedicated the talented actress Sophia Bush. Through her career, Sophia has captured film and television audiences alike, with her strong performances and diverse characters. She’s probably most known for her roles as Brooke Davies in the long running television series “One Tree Hill”, as Beth in the iconic “John Tucker Must Die” and as Erin Lindsay on “Chicago P.D.”.

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Sara • September 05, 2018 • 0 Comments

Hello everyone! This summer it was announced that Sophia had been cast as Carla in the new film “Hard Luck Love Song“, starring Eric Roberts, Michael Dorman and Dermot Mulroney. I haven’t been able to work on the site as much as I wanted the last few months due to other commitments, so I haven’t had the chance to post about this until now – I’m sorry about the delay! The film is directed by Justin Corsbie, and currently has the status as post-production. We don’t have a release date yet or any official posters or stills, but I have update our gallery with several photos of Sophia on the set taken by the cast and crew over the summer. Big thanks to my friend at Jen Lilley Fan for helping me collect all these! As soon as any new information on the film is released, I will keep you updated. There will also be more “Chicago P.D” screencaps updates, and I will continue adding more high quality event photos as soon as time allows me to, stay tuned.

Jesse, a charismatic but down on his luck troubadour, finds himself at an existential crossroads as his bad decisions catch up with him. His world spins into further upheaval after a chance encounter with Carla, an old flame. Their toxic past, Carla’s own personal demons, and Jesse’s current troubles threaten to destroy their blissful reunion. Ultimately, the story hinges on whether these profoundly flawed characters have the ability to navigate through their past and overcome the tumultuous forces that threaten to drag them down.

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